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Be fast if you think it might be a stroke—call 911 or head to the nearest emergency department. Early treatment can prevent brain damage. Every minute an artery is blocked due to a stroke, 2 million brain cells die. Rapid treatment improves outcomes and saves lives. ...
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Strokes can happen to anyone at any age, but those under 50 may need extra support to prevent them from happening again, aid in recovery and assist with adapting to life after a stroke.  ...
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Lowell General Hospital has delivered high-quality and compassionate care since 1891. Our 2 inpatient hospital campuses, affiliated physicians and facilities provide state-of-the-art technology in the Merrimack Valley.

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The Lowell General Hospital - Saints Campus is conveniently located right off of Route 495.

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Parking at the Saints Campus is free. There is a 10-minute patient drop-off at the front door with plenty of parking in the front parking lot or the parking garage.

Patients and visitors using the main entrance of the hospital are welcome to park in the central parking lot or parking garage located at the main entrance. There is handicapped parking at all patient entrances.

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We turn to neurovascular surgery for treating people who’ve experienced blood vessel conditions like an aneurysm or stroke. It involves operating on blood vessels that supply blood to the brain and spinal cord (cerebrovascular surgery) with minimally invasive approaches using catheters (endovascular surgery). ...
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When facial weakness and paralysis affect your ability to chew and smile or even impact your appearance, you can turn to our specialists to strengthen facial muscles. Facial nerve paralysis can be something you're born with or be linked to conditions like Bell's palsy, a brain tumor or stroke. ...
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Clinical neuropsychologists specialize in analyzing the impact of brain injuries and birth defects on various aspects of one's life. From behavior and speech to focus and personality, they work to assess your brain and can recommend treatment for diagnoses like concussions, traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, brain cancer, stroke, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. With their expertise, they can conduct assessments, provide diagnoses and recommen ...
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Neurologic conditions can make simple tasks like walking around the house or remembering your name feel challenging or impossible. Through neurorehabilitation, we help people living with neurological conditions or a nervous system injury meet their mental and physical recovery goals. ...
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Tufts Medicine cares for people with a wide range of neurological conditions like migraines, brain infections, spinal cord injuries and neuromuscular disorders like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), to name a few. ...
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Join fellow caregivers in a welcoming and judgment-free space to talk about the challenges of caring for a loved one following a stroke. This virtual event is open to the public and all Tufts Medicine community members. Meets once a month on the 4th Wednesday.Join the group on Zoom
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We provide rapid and compassionate care during your loved one's most critical time. We specialize in essential care for brain and spinal cord injuries and illnesses. ...
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Interventional cardiology is a medical specialty that uses catheters to treat heart and blood vessel conditions, like coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease and cardiac defects. This approach allows people to receive lifesaving heart procedures without needing open heart surgery. ...
Patient Stories
July 8, 2021
Melrose resident Donald Rosen didn’t notice any of the signs, but the quick actions of his family, first responders and the stroke team at MelroseWakefield Hospital helped save his life when he suffered a stroke earlier this year. Mr. Rosen, 90, was found unresponsive in his home by a family member.
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The Vascular Neurology Fellowship at Tufts Medical Center in Boston is a one year, ACGME-accredited fellowship in preparation for sub-specialization in the care and management of patients with stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases as well as clinical research, education and quality improvement practices.
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Caring for you once you’re over the age of 65 is our privilege. We are specially trained to assist you if you start to notice some aches and pains. We are experts at diagnosing, managing and treating complex conditions that can arise with age. We'll look out for you and your health so you can thrive in your prime years of life.  ...
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The Department of Neurology at Tufts Medical Center in Boston is dedicated to pursuing new knowledge aimed at better treatments for patients with neurological disease.
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Physical therapy can help you regain essential abilities like balance, coordination and muscle strength after an illness, injury or surgery. ...
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Neuromuscular disorders are a large group of conditions that interfere with your ability to control the muscles you need to walk, talk and eat. Neuromuscular disorders are complex conditions, but we’re here to keep you moving and help your muscles function at their best. ...
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